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European Ιnvestment Fund Industry 2016

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Analysis of the trends in the European Investment Fund Industry in the 4th Quarter 2016 and analysis for the full Year 2016

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European Ιnvestment Fund Industry 2016

  1. 1. Quarterly Statistical Release March 2017, N° 68 This release and other statistical releases are available on Efama’s website (www.efama.org) Trends in the European Investment Fund Industry in the Fourth Quarter of 2016 & Results for the Full Year of 2016 This report was prepared by Bernard Delbecque and Alex Carroll EFAMA The European Fund and Asset Management Association Rue Montoyer 47 - B-1000 BRUXELLES - Tel. 32-2-513.39.69 Fax: 32-2-513.26.43 - e-mail: info@efama.org
  2. 2. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 2 Highlights 2016 was another record year for the European investment fund industry, with net assets of European investment funds rising to an all-time high of EUR 14,142 billion and net sales of AIF reaching an all- time high of EUR 184 billion. Although lower than in the record-breaking years of 2014 and 2015, the net sales of UCITS were higher in 2016 than any single year from 2007 to 2013. Further highlights on the developments in 2016 include:  Net sales of UCITS reached EUR 275 billion, compared to EUR 590 billion in 2015 and EUR 189 billion on average in 2007-2013.  Equity funds suffered a negative turnaround in net sales in 2016, as net sales never really recovered from the stock market sell-off in January.  After three years of constantly increasing net sales, multi-asset funds suffered a sharp fall in net sales in 2016, as investors tried to limit their – direct and indirect – exposure to stock markets.  After a difficult first quarter, bond funds enjoyed a strong rise in net inflows on the back of falling long-term interest rates.  The higher uncertainty and renewed downside risks continued to increase the demand for money market funds in 2016, in spite of very low returns.  Cross-border UCITS domiciled in Ireland and Luxembourg attracted 69% of total UCITS net sales.  Net sales of AIF reached EUR 184 billion, compared to 148 billion in 2015.  AIF surpassed net sales of long-term UCITS (EUR 183 billion, compared to EUR 169 billion).  Multi-asset funds were the clear winners among the mainstream asset classes, followed by real estate funds, bond funds and equity funds.  The move into “other” AIFs continued in 2016, as investors diversified more widely and focused more on investment outcomes.  AIFs domiciled in Germany captured 53% of the total net sales of AIFs. Net Sales by Fund Category and Year(1) Equity Multi-asset Bond Money market Other Long-term Total UCITS 2016 -8 49 112 106 15 169 275 2015 146 239 81 77 47 513 590 Average for 2006-2015(2) 19 72 32 4 14 185 189 AIF 2016 10 64 14 1 94 183 184 2015 -39 84 22 -7 87 155 148 UCITS & AIF 2016 2 113 126 107 109 352 459 2015 107 323 103 70 134 668 738 (1) Data presented in billions of euro and calculated on basis of quarterly data; (2) Average net sales excludes data for funds domiciled in the Netherlands due to unavailability of historical data. Net sales data for funds domiciled in Ireland are only included in money market, long-term and total UCITS categories.
  3. 3. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 3 (1) Source: EFAMA database, annual data. Data for 2016 excludes data on Belgian net sales due to unavailability.
  4. 4. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 4 (1) Source: EFAMA database, annual data. Data for 2016 excludes data on Belgian net sales due to unavailability.
  5. 5. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 5 Top Ten Domiciles in 2016 Largest Domiciles in terms of Net Assets and Net Sales Net Assets at end 2016 (EUR billion) Net Sales in 2016 (EUR billion) Net Assets at end 2016 (EUR billion) Net Sales in 2016 (EUR billion) AIF FUNDS UCITS FUNDS *Funds domiciled in Switzerland that fulfill the UCITS criteria are classified as UCITS in this report.
  6. 6. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 6 Trends in the UCITS Market Net Sales by Investment Type Net sales of UCITS totaled EUR 82 billion in Q4 2016, down from EUR 129 billion in Q3 2016. In 2016, UCITS garnered net sales of EUR 275 billion, compared to EUR 590 billion in 2015. Long-term UCITS attracted net inflows of EUR 45 billion, down from EUR 84 billion in the third quarter. Equity finished the year with inflows of EUR 13 billion, compared to EUR 1 billion in the previous quarter. Multi-asset funds registered net sales of EUR 15 billion, slightly up from the EUR 13 billion registered in the third quarter. Inflows of bond funds decreased from EUR 63 billion to EUR 16 billion in Q4 2016. Money market funds posted net inflows of EUR 36 billion, down from EUR 45 billion in the previous quarter. Trends in the UCITS Market
  7. 7. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 7 Net Assets by Investment Type In the first two quarters of 2016, the UCITS market was marked by volatility while the last two quarters saw increasing demand. After months of net outflows and low demand, equity funds ended the year with two months of modest but positive net inflows. Net sales of bond funds saw strong demand in the middle of the year, with more volatility in the first and fourth quarters of the year. Multi-asset funds also experienced decreased demand in the first and final quarter of the year with relatively stable net sales in Q2 and Q3. Money market funds registered habitual end of quarter net outflows during the first two quarters of the year, whereas the last two quarters demonstrated strong demand.
  8. 8. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 8 Trends in the UCITS Market Net Sales by Country of Domiciliation and Investment Type Twenty countries registered net inflows into UCITS in the fourth quarter of 2016, with ten countries recording net inflows above EUR 1 billion. Among the largest domiciles, Ireland attracted net sales of EUR 47 billion in Q4 2016, driven by strong net inflows into equity, bond and money market funds. France experienced net inflows of EUR 8 billion, mainly thanks to bond and money market funds. The UK recorded net sales of EUR 6 billion, also due to strong inflows into bond, money market and other funds. Germany attracted 4.5 billion in net sales, mostly thanks to strong demand for equity funds. Strong net inflows into UCITS funds were also seen in Italy (EUR 4.1 billion), Sweden (EUR 3.7 billion), Spain (EUR 2.7 billion) and Denmark (EUR 2.6 billion). Five countries ended the year with cumulative net sales greater than EUR 10 billion: Ireland (EUR 117 billion), Luxembourg (EUR 73 billion), France (EUR 28 billion), Switzerland (EUR 14 billion) and Germany (EUR 13 billion). Table 1. Net Sales of UCITS (1) Members Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Austria 132 311 -381 -2,228 -296 707 -14 -9 -94 -176 -653 -1,394 Bulgaria 17 26 0 0 20 65 8 12 0 -1 45 102 Croatia 2 -24 330 675 0 -14 242 577 -13 -38 560 1,176 Cyprus 18 39 2 2 -2 5 0 0 0 0 18 45 Czech Republic 39 126 91 243 193 502 2 0 32 131 357 1,002 Denmark 1,279 3,389 736 2,474 590 1,671 -1 1 44 42 2,648 7,575 Finland 840 713 551 1,520 138 349 37 105 -5 -35 1,561 2,652 France 1,400 -4,000 3,300 7,600 200 -4,000 3,400 29,900 0 -1,800 8,300 27,700 Germany 3,428 4,605 -462 3,164 1,889 5,490 -94 -285 -216 -3 4,544 12,971 Greece -19 -90 -23 -25 -14 -79 -51 17 -2 -90 -109 -267 Hungary 3 7 6 42 0 -1 0 0 9 55 17 103 Ireland 10,526 22,600 11,643 47,253 2,039 10,914 22,578 34,945 22 1,148 46,808 116,860 Italy -433 -1,485 580 733 9,075 21,886 -841 -1,916 -4,253 -10,560 4,127 8,659 Liechtenstein 261 -74 464 -44 -21 -152 -1 -428 -231 -151 473 -850 Luxembourg -5,514 -15,749 -5,164 31,564 -475 13,435 9,488 37,847 689 5,851 -976 72,948 Malta 5 1 13 -172 -98 -23 -6 -54 5 -232 -80 -480 Netherlands 64 -1,011 -245 -2,712 27 354 0 0 -30 -71 -184 -3,440 Norw ay 763 1,452 -820 1,476 31 -101 -23 1,373 -63 -36 -111 4,163 Poland -109 -543 18 -23 -90 -439 -61 -29 34 196 -209 -837 Portugal 26 -45 16 -41 -32 -257 -91 -496 145 412 63 -427 Romania -1 -5 -42 -49 5 -2 1 -4 -3 130 -39 70 Slovakia -2 7 63 46 77 135 -4 -24 0 0 134 164 Slovenia 12 -59 -11 40 -6 -10 18 43 0 0 13 14 Spain 1,239 226 268 4,928 369 -2,890 625 1,506 157 361 2,658 4,131 Sw eden 2,354 3,246 783 780 991 1,900 -470 -1,881 1 12 3,659 4,058 Sw itzerland 346 3,952 1,978 9,884 337 740 -1,138 -663 0 0 1,522 13,913 Turkey 5 -19 305 537 -57 -61 -53 -142 68 350 267 666 United Kingdom -3,791 -25,295 2,025 4,167 424 -1,071 2,882 6,103 4,732 19,907 6,273 3,811 Total 12,886 -7,697 16,025 111,831 15,313 49,053 36,434 106,500 1,029 15,402 81,686 275,089 (1) D ata presented in m illio ns o f euro . Money Market Other Funds Funds Funds Funds Funds Total Equity Bond Multi-Asset
  9. 9. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 9 Trends in the UCITS Market Net Sales and Net Assets of ETF by Country of Domiciliation Net sales of UCITS ETFs reached EUR 14.7 billion in Q4 2016 and EUR 44.0 billion in 2016.1 UCITS ETF domiciled in Ireland registered the largest inflows during the quarter (EUR 8.2 billion), reflecting the size of their ETF market, followed by France (EUR 3.8 billion) and Germany (EUR 2.7 billion). In 2016, Ireland attracted the largest net inflows (EUR 40.9 billion), followed by France (EUR 2.9 billion). For the group of countries reporting net sales of ETF, the total net sales of ETF in 2016 represented 25% of their total net sales of UCITS. In Ireland, the share of ETF represented 35% of the total net sales of UCITS. 1 The net sales data presented on this page does not include net sales of UCITS ETF domiciled in Luxembourg. Table 2. Total Net Sales of UCITS ETFs (1) Belgium 260 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. 238 Bulgaria 13 45 12 102 12 Finland 197 1,561 -8 2,652 -15 188 France 70,198 8,300 3,797 27,700 2,934 64,303 Germany 48,783 4,544 2,684 12,971 -11 48,086 Greece 29 -109 0 -267 2 28 Ireland 288,038 46,808 8,208 116,860 40,933 233,017 Luxembourg 82,162 -976 n.a. 72,948 n.a. 85,542 Netherlands 1,519 -184 -51 -3,440 -65 1,531 Romania 51 -39 70 0 0 Spain 313 2,658 -17 4,131 -124 450 Sw eden 2,452 3,659 113 4,058 327 2,029 Sw itzerland 3,859 1,522 -51 13,913 44 3,888 Turkey 38 267 -3 666 -2 39 Total 497,912 68,056 14,683 252,364 44,035 439,339 ETF Net Assets End Q4 2015 (1) Data presented in millions of euro. All data from EFAMA member associations able to provide ETF data are reported; (2) Net sales of UCITS ETF are included in net sales figures of UCTS. Net Assets Net Sales YTD UCITS UCITS ETF (2) end Q4 2016 ETF UCITS Q4 2016 UCITS ETF (2) * Both UCITS and UCITS ETF data exclude net sales of funds domiciled in Luxembourg.
  10. 10. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 10 Trends in the UCITS Market Net Assets by Investment Type UCITS net assets increased by 3.2 percent in Q4 2016 to reach EUR 8,658 billion at end 2016. All categories of UCITS funds experienced an increase in net assets in 2016. Equity and money market funds both recorded increases of 5.2 percent. Net assets of multi-asset funds increased by 2.5 percent, followed by other funds (2.3%), bond funds (0.5%) and guaranteed funds (0.4%). In terms of annual growth, the mainstream categories with the largest growth were bond funds (7.9%) and money market funds (6.3%). The largest decrease in net assets in 2016 was seen in guaranteed funds (11.4%). The number of UCITS funds increased from 30,057 at end Q4 2015 to 30,674 at end Q4 2016. Table 3. Breakdown of UCITS Assets by Category EUR bn Share in % (1) in EUR bn in % (2) in EUR bn Equity 3,178 37% 5.2% 156 2.6% 82 Multi-Asset 1,459 17% 2.5% 36 3.1% 44 Bond 2,326 27% 0.5% 11 7.9% 170 Money Market 1,179 14% 5.2% 58 6.3% 70 Guaranteed / protected 13 0.2% 0.4% 0.0 -11.4% -2 Other 503 6% 2.3% 11 21.4% 89 Total 8,658 100% 3.2% 273 5.5% 453 of which: Exchange-traded funds 498 6% 7.2% 33 13.3% 59 Funds of funds 331 4% 1.3% 4 4.4% 14 Table 4. Breakdown of UCITS Number of Funds by Category No. Share in % (1) No. in % (2) No. Equity 9,854 37% 0.0% -4 0.4% 36 Multi-Asset 7,190 27% 1.3% 92 3.9% 270 Bond 6,128 23% 0.1% 9 0.5% 31 Money Market 701 3% -0.7% -5 -2.9% -21 Guaranteed / protected 340 1% -4.2% -15 -9.3% -35 Other 2,410 9% 1.2% 28 6.6% 149 Total (ex. Ireland) 26,623 100% 0.4% 105 1.6% 430 of which: Exchange-traded funds 847 3% -4.3% -38 33.2% 211 Funds of funds 2,140 8% 1.7% 35 6.2% 125 Total (inc. Ireland) 30,674 0.5% 160 2.1% 617 UCITS types End Q4 2016 Change from end Q3 2016 Change from end Q4 2015 UCITS types End Q4 2016 Change from end Q3 2016 Change from end Q4 2015 (1) End Q4 2016 co m pared to end Q3 2016 net assets; (2) End Q4 2016 net assets co m pared to end Q4 2015 net assets. (1) End Q4 2016 co m pared to end Q3 2016 net assets; (2) End Q4 2016 net assets co m pared to end Q4 2015 net assets.
  11. 11. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 11 Trends in the UCITS Market Net Assets by Country of Domiciliation The vast majority of domiciles recorded net asset growth in the fourth quarter as net assets of UCITS reached EUR 8,658 billion at end 2016. Among the major domiciles, the largest increases in net assets in Q4 2016 were seen in Ireland (6.1%), followed by Germany (4.1%), France (2.7%), Luxembourg (2.1%) and the UK (3.3%). All Nordic countries experienced net asset growth, with the largest growth in Sweden (7.0%), followed by Denmark (4.5%), Finland (4.1%) and Norway (2.2). In Southern Europe, the largest net asset growth was seen in Cyprus (21%), Greece (3.2%) and Spain (2.9%) with Malta experiencing a decrease in net assets of 3.5 percent. Strong increases in net assets were also seen in Central and Eastern Europe, with the largest increase in Hungary (16.3%), followed by Bulgaria (11.2%) and the Czech Republic (4.1%), with the largest the largest net asset decreases in Romania (2.2%). Net assets of UCITS reached EUR 8,658 billion by end Q4 2016, representing an increase of 3.2% in Q4 2016 and 5.5% in 20016. Table 5. Net Assets of the European UCITS Industry EUR mn Share EUR mn % chg (1) EUR mn % chg (2) Austria 80,301 0.9% 80,461 -0.2% 79,206 1.4% Belgium 78,823 0.9% 74,968 5.1% 77,559 1.6% Bulgaria 523 0.0% 470 11.2% 407 28.5% Croatia 2,439 0.0% 2,243 8.8% 1,814 34.5% Cyprus 108 0.0% 89 21.0% 60 80.0% Czech Republic 8,554 0.1% 8,218 4.1% 7,497 14.1% Denmark 117,455 1.4% 112,350 4.5% 107,871 8.9% Finland 86,180 1.0% 82,769 4.1% 78,619 9.6% France 795,696 9.2% 774,880 2.7% 762,929 4.3% Germany 328,484 3.8% 315,518 4.1% 309,852 6.0% Greece 4,347 0.1% 4,214 3.2% 4,422 -1.7% Hungary 667 0.0% 573 16.3% 471 41.4% Ireland 1,578,920 18.2% 1,488,047 6.1% 1,446,873 9.1% Italy 234,214 2.7% 230,996 1.4% 226,127 3.6% Liechtenstein 26,445 0.3% 24,784 6.7% 25,752 2.7% Luxembourg 3,116,104 36.0% 3,051,016 2.1% 2,946,860 5.7% Malta 2,240 0.0% 2,250 -0.4% 2,737 -18.2% Netherlands 38,294 0.4% 38,148 0.4% 34,186 12.0% Norw ay 108,026 1.2% 105,678 2.2% 94,173 14.7% Poland 21,073 0.2% 21,410 -1.6% 21,777 -3.2% Portugal 7,207 0.1% 7,063 2.0% 7,577 -4.9% Romania 4,819 0.1% 4,928 -2.2% 4,636 4.0% Slovakia 4,349 0.1% 4,201 3.5% 3,974 9.4% Slovenia 2,464 0.0% 2,367 4.1% 2,309 6.7% Spain 193,454 2.2% 187,993 2.9% 185,420 4.3% Sw eden 283,468 3.3% 264,969 7.0% 262,445 8.0% Sw itzerland 437,886 5.1% 433,088 1.1% 410,199 6.7% Turkey 11,647 0.1% 12,279 -5.1% 11,837 -1.6% United Kingdom 1,084,231 12.5% 1,049,932 3.3% 1,088,277 -0.4% All Funds 8,658,419 100% 8,385,901 3.2% 8,205,868 5.5% End Q4 2015End Q4 2016 End Q3 2016 Members (1) End Q4 2016 co m pared to end Q3 2016 net assets; (2) End Q4 2016 net assets co m pared to end Q4 2015 net assets; (3) Gro wth partly due to reclassificatio n o f three A IF funds into UC ITS funds in D ecm ber 2016.
  12. 12. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 12 Trends in the AIF Market Net Sales by Investment Type AIF recorded net inflows of EUR 39 billion during Q4 2016, down from EUR 43 billion in the previous quarter. In total, AIF garnered net sales of EUR 184 billion in 2016, compared to EUR 148 billion in 2015. Long-term AIF recorded net sales of EUR 37 billion, down from net sales of EUR 44 billion in Q3 2016. Both equity and bond funds recorded net outflows for the first time this year, with net outflows of EUR 6 billion and EUR 3 billion respectively. Net sales of multi-asset funds registered EUR 17 billion, up from EUR 11 billion in Q3. Net sales of real estate funds registered net sales of EUR 5 billion, up from EUR 2 billion in Q3.
  13. 13. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 13 Trends in the AIF Market Net Sales by Country of Domiciliation and Investment Type Net sales of AIF totaled EUR 39 billion in Q4 2016, down from EUR 43 billion in Q3 2016. All categories of AIF, except equity and bond funds, registered positive net inflows during Q4 2016. Fourteen countries experienced net inflows into AIF in Q4 2016. The top five largest domiciles registered net sales of AIF funds above EUR 1 billion, with the strongest net flows in Germany (EUR 30.2 billion), followed by Ireland (EUR 8.9 billion), Luxembourg (EUR 6.0 billion), France (EUR 3.9 billion) and the UK (EUR 2.5 billion). Elsewhere in Europe, net sales greater than EUR 1 billion were recorded in Spain (EUR 3.2 billion) with the largest outflows recorded in the Netherlands (EUR 10.7 billion). Six countries ended the year with cumulative net sales greater than EUR 10 billion: Germany (EUR 98 billion), Luxembourg (EUR 26 billion), Ireland (EUR 23 billion), the Netherlands (EUR 14 billion), France (EUR 14 billion) and Spain (EUR 10 billion). Table 6. Net Sales of AIF (1) Members Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Q4 2016 YTD Austria 186 148 80 102 283 796 0 0 264 1,084 -40 -276 772 1,855 Cyprus 1 24 0 0 0 80 0 0 -1 -7 8 33 8 129 Czech Republic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67 191 0 0 67 191 Denmark -1,684 -1,844 -1,253 -6,485 -321 3,765 -54 -114 0 0 -192 519 -3,505 -4,159 Finland -161 -559 5 297 222 575 -34 -22 1 5 176 698 209 994 France -400 -2,200 -1,000 1,400 300 10,800 4,200 4,500 0 0 800 -1,000 3,900 13,500 Germany 1,965 8,574 57 13,688 17,270 44,771 0 -1,175 3,987 12,112 6,892 19,657 30,173 97,627 Hungary 12 -19 3 -43 34 23 -177 -1,159 139 534 42 85 53 -579 Ireland 0 0 0 0 0 0 -156 744 189 1,329 8,897 20,482 8,930 22,555 Italy 0 0 68 141 426 941 0 0 0 0 -534 -1,275 -41 -193 Liechtenstein 32 -7 -113 1 186 138 0 0 7 27 90 154 203 313 Luxembourg -1,201 -4,608 5,422 9,998 -275 1,955 -1,828 -1,168 682 4,881 3,203 14,743 6,003 25,801 Malta -38 245 -2 -14 -4 19 0 0 6 33 -92 -362 -129 -79 Netherlands -5,010 9,264 -8,275 -11,112 5 -381 0 0 313 2,339 2,243 13,407 -10,724 13,517 Poland -276 -426 191 619 -1,352 -1,267 6 266 11 20 -173 1,040 -1,592 253 Portugal 0 -2 -3 -271 -1 -14 -37 -198 0 0 139 -11 98 -496 Romania 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -1 1 -1.1 3 Slovakia 1 3 0 3 18 33 -28 -207 21 100 0 0 13 -67 Spain -60 335 1,781 6,100 -40 -113 0 8 0 0 1,470 3,739 3,151 10,069 Sw eden -269 -175 -67 -126 33 330 4 0 0 0 -153 -811 -452 -782 Sw itzerland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 318 1,661 -738 1,875 -420 3,536 Turkey 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 21 0 47 United Kingdom 944 1,722 -335 -367 197 1,449 -10 -107 -1,112 -5,937 2,809 3,315 2,492 75 Total -5,958 10,476 -3,440 13,932 16,981 63,900 1,886 1,368 4,893 18,398 24,846 76,034 39,207 184,107 (1) D ata presented in m illio ns o f euro . Funds Funds Funds Funds Funds Total Equity Bond Multi-Asset Real Estate Funds Money Market Other
  14. 14. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 14 Trends in the AIF Market Net Assets by Investment Type Net assets of AIF increased by 1.7 percent during the fourth quarter to end the year at EUR 5,483 billion. In Q4 2016, all but one category of AIF recorded net asset growth in Q4 2016. Guaranteed funds recorded the largest growth (4.6%), followed by real estate (4.5%), equity (4.0%), money market (3.3%) and multi-asset funds (1.4%). Net assets of bond funds decreased 2.6 percent in Q4 2016. Net assets of other AIF, which include AIF funds for which no breakdown according to the underlying fund categories is available, grew 2.7 percent. There were 27,788 AIF funds at end Q4 2016, compared to 27,727 at end Q4 2015. Table 7. Breakdown of AIF Assets by Category EUR bn Share in % (1) in EUR bn in % (2) in EUR bn Equity 655 12% 4.0% 25 6.9% 42 Multi-Asset 1,391 25% 1.4% 19 6.9% 90 Bond 1,017 19% -2.6% -27 5.0% 49 Money Market 88 2% 3.3% 3 -1.2% -1 Guaranteed / protected 49 1% 4.6% 2 -5.4% -3 Real Estate 582 11% 4.5% 25 12.2% 63 Other 1,701 31% 2.7% 44 7.3% 116 Total 5,483 100% 1.7% 91 7.0% 357 of which: Exchange-traded funds 9 0.2% -8.5% -0.8 24.0% 2 Funds of funds 488 9% 10.7% 47 6.4% 29 Institutional 2,636 48% 1.1% 29 10.7% 254 Table 8. Breakdown of AIF Number of Funds by Category No. Share in %(1) in No. in %(2) in No. Equity 2,433 10% -1.0% -24 -1.7% -42 Multi-Asset 7,474 29% -0.5% -41 0.9% 63 Bond 2,907 11% -1.0% -29 -2.5% -75 Money Market 237 1% -4.0% -10 -9.5% -25 Guaranteed / protected 1,112 4% -2.1% -24 -20.3% -283 Real Estate 2,462 10% 0.5% 13 7.1% 164 Other 8,744 34% -0.2% -15 2.1% 177 Total (ex. Ireland) 25,369 100% -0.5% -130 -0.1% -21 of which: Exchange-traded funds 27 0.1% 0.0% 0 50.0% 9 Funds of funds 2,907 11% -0.4% -11 1.8% 52 Total (inc. Ireland) 27,788 -0.2% -58 0.2% 61 of which: Institutional 11,578 42% 3.3% 367 2.8% 311 End Q4 2016 Change since end Q3 2016 Change since end Q4 2015 End Q4 2016 Change since end Q3 2016 Change since end Q4 2015 Type of fund Type of fund (1) End Q4 2016 co m pared to end Q3 2016 net assets; (2) End Q4 2016 net assets co m pared to end Q4 2015 net assets. (1) End Q4 2016 co m pared to end Q3 2016 net assets; (2) End Q4 2016 net assets co m pared to end Q4 2015 net assets.
  15. 15. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 15 Trends in the AIF Market Net Sales and Assets of Institutional AIF Net assets of institutional AIF, which are AIF reserved for institutional investors, increased 1.1% during the fourth quarter to end the year at EUR 2,636 billion. Net assets of institutional equity funds increased 3.1 percent to finish the quarter at EUR 211 billion. Institutional multi-asset fund net assets increased by 1.0% to reach EUR 982 billion. Net assets of institutional bond funds decreased 2.3% to EUR 569 billion, and real estate fund net assets increased 3.1% to EUR 160 billion. Other institutional funds experienced net asset growth of 4.9% to reach EUR 271 billion at end Q4 2016. Institutional AIF recorded net sales of EUR 45 billion in Q4 2016, higher than previous three quarters in 2015. Total net sales of institutional AIF funds reached EUR 138 billion in 2016. EUR bn Share in %(1) in EUR bn in %(2) in EUR bn Equity 211 10% 3.1% 6 6.3% 13 Multi-Asset 982 45% 1.0% 10 8.6% 78 Bond 569 26% -2.3% -13 8.2% 43 Money Market 9 0.4% 0.3% 0 -3.6% -0.3 Real Estate 160 7% 3.1% 5 58.0% 59 Other 271 12% 4.9% 13 13.2% 32 Total (ex. Ireland) 2,203 100% 1.0% 21 11.3% 223 Total (inc. Ireland) 2,636 1.1% 29 10.7% 254 Table 9. Breakdown of Institutional AIF Assets by Category (1) End Q4 2016 co m pared to end Q3 2016 net assets; (2) End Q4 2016 net assets co m pared to end Q4 2015 net assets. Institutional AIF types End Q4 2016 Change since end Q3 2016 Change since end Q4 2015 Equity Multi-Asset Bond Money Market Real Estate Other Total (ex. Ireland) Total (inc. Ireland) Q1 2016 EUR m Table 10. Breakdown of Institutional AIF Net Sales Assets by Category Institutional AIF types Q4 2016 Q3 2016 Q2 2016 EUR m EUR m EUR m -159 850 902 17,127 7,315 9,969 4,129 5,143 3,068 2,732 16,301 45,343 27,903 33,218 35,363 21,864 29,718 5,270 1,328 2,844 9,074 32,586 31,683 2,843 5 3,879 6,8266,690 13,876 -79 538 -942
  16. 16. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 16 Trends in the AIF Market Net Assets by Country of Domiciliation Net assets of AIF increased 1.7 percent during the fourth quarter to EUR 5,483 billion at end 2016. The five largest domiciles all recorded net asset growth in Q4 2016, with the largest growth in the UK (4.1%), followed by France (3.5%), Luxembourg (2.5%), Ireland (2.1%) and Germany (0.4%). Elsewhere in Europe, it is worth nothing net assets grew strongly in the Czech Republic (12.6%), Bulgaria (7.5%) and Belgium (5.1%). The largest decreases in net assets were seen in Turkey (9.5%), Poland (7.5%) and Sweden (5.3%). Table 11. Net Assets of the European AIF Industry EUR mn Share EUR mn % chg (1) EUR mn % chg (2) Austria 93,497 1.7% 92,809 0.7% 89,033 5.0% Belgium 48,106 0.9% 45,753 5.1% 49,748 -3.3% Bulgaria 8 0.0% 8 7.5% 3 218.1% Croatia 385 0.0% 385 0.0% 475 -19.0% Cyprus 2,069 0.0% 1,999 3.5% 2,310 -10.4% Czech Republic 657 0.0% 584 12.6% 321 104.5% (3) Denmark 158,514 2.9% 156,790 1.1% 150,669 5.2% Finland 20,215 0.4% 19,742 2.4% 18,797 7.5% France 988,134 18.0% 954,360 3.5% 919,879 7.4% Germany 1,557,453 28.4% 1,551,564 0.4% 1,419,383 9.7% Greece 2,743 0.1% 2,672 2.6% 2,656 3.3% Hungary 18,065 0.3% 17,751 1.8% 17,634 2.4% Ireland 505,828 9.2% 495,373 2.1% 451,952 11.9% Italy(4) 63,490 1.2% 63,742 -0.4% 64,985 -2.3% Liechtenstein 17,658 0.3% 17,078 3.4% 16,578 6.5% Luxembourg 584,972 10.7% 570,913 2.5% 559,341 4.6% Malta 7,569 0.1% 7,551 0.2% 7,412 2.1% Netherlands 763,564 13.9% 753,946 1.3% 700,500 9.0% Poland 37,635 0.7% 40,677 -7.5% 37,363 0.7% Portugal 14,422 0.3% 14,352 0.5% 15,572 -7.4% Romania 4,181 0.1% 4,239 -1.4% 4,358 -4.0% Slovakia 1,538 0.0% 1,529 0.6% 1,723 -10.8% Spain 75,059 1.4% 72,433 3.6% 68,948 8.9% Sw eden 20,407 0.4% 21,546 -5.3% 23,116 -11.7% Sw itzerland 99,885 1.8% 100,285 -0.4% 91,328 9.4% Turkey 15,620 0.3% 17,261 -9.5% 16,224 -3.7% United Kingdom 381,420 7.0% 366,403 4.1% 396,214 -3.7% All Funds 5,483,096 100.0% 5,391,745 1.7% 5,126,521 7.0% (1) End Q4 2016 co m pared to end Q3 2016 net assets; (2) End Q4 2016 net assets co m pared to end Q4 2015 net assets; (3) Large gro wth in assets is a result o f new, large-scale advertising cam paign by existing real estate funds; (4) D ata fo r Q3 and Q4 2016 co ntain data o n Italian- do m iciled clo sed-ended funds fro m Q4 2015 (EUR 9.5 bn), as m o re recent data o n Italian clo se-dended funds is currently unavailable. Members End Q4 2016 End Q3 2016 End Q4 2015
  17. 17. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 17 Trends in the European Investment Fund Industry Net Sales by Investment Type The combined net sales of the investment fund market in Europe recorded net inflows of EUR 121 billion during Q4 2016, compared to EUR 172 billion in Q3. Total European investment funds garnered net sales of EUR 459 billion in 2016, compared to EUR 738 billion in 2015. Net sales of equity funds registered EUR 7 billion, slightly up from EUR 6 billion in Q3 2016. Net sales of bond funds decreased from EUR 71 billion in Q3 2016 to EUR 13 billion. Net sales of multi-asset funds increased from EUR 25 billion to EUR 32 billion in Q4 2016. Net sales of money market funds decreased from EUR 43 billion in Q3 2016 to EUR 38 billion in Q4 2016. Net sales of other funds (including real estate, guaranteed/protected funds and other funds which do not fit any of the categories below or for which information is not available) totalled EUR 31 billion during the quarter, up from EUR 27 billion last quarter.
  18. 18. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 18 Trends in the European Investment Fund Industry Net Assets by Country of Domiciliation Net assets of the European investment fund industry increased by 2.6% during the fourth quarter to end the year at EUR 14,132 billion. With EUR 8,658 billion invested in UCITS, this segment accounted for 61 percent of total European investment fund assets at end Q4 2016, with the remaining 39 percent (equivalent to EUR 5,483 billion) coming from AIF. The domicile with the largest annual net asset growth in 2016 was Bulgaria whose net assets grew by 30 percent, followed by Croatia (23%), the Czech Republic (18%), Norway (15%), Ireland (10%), Finland (9%), the Netherlands (9%), Germany (9%), Switzerland (7%) and Denmark (7%). Table 12. Net Assets of the European Investment Fund Industry EUR mn Share EUR mn % chg (1) EUR mn % chg (2) Austria 173,798 1.2% 173,271 0.3% 168,239 3.3% Belgium 126,929 0.9% 120,721 5.1% 127,307 -0.3% Bulgaria 531 0.0% 478 11.1% 409 29.7% Croatia 2,824 0.0% 2,627 7.5% 2,289 23.4% Cyprus 2,177 0.0% 2,088 4.3% 2,370 -8.1% Czech Republic 9,211 0.1% 8,801 4.7% 7,818 17.8% Denmark 275,968 2.0% 269,139 2.5% 258,540 6.7% Finland 106,395 0.8% 102,512 3.8% 97,416 9.2% France 1,783,830 12.6% 1,729,240 3.2% 1,682,808 6.0% Germany 1,885,937 13.3% 1,867,082 1.0% 1,729,234 9.1% Greece 7,090 0.1% 6,886 3.0% 7,078 0.2% Hungary 18,732 0.1% 18,325 2.2% 18,105 3.5% Ireland 2,084,748 14.7% 1,983,420 5.1% 1,898,825 9.8% Italy 297,704 2.1% 294,738 1.0% 291,112 2.3% Liechtenstein 44,103 0.3% 41,862 5.4% 42,331 4.2% Luxembourg 3,701,076 26.2% 3,621,929 2.2% 3,506,201 5.6% Malta 9,810 0.1% 9,801 0.1% 10,149 -3.3% Netherlands 801,858 5.7% 792,094 1.2% 734,686 9.1% Norw ay 108,026 0.8% 105,678 2.2% 94,173 14.7% Poland 58,709 0.4% 62,086 -5.4% 59,140 -0.7% Portugal 21,630 0.2% 21,414 1.0% 23,149 -6.6% Romania 9,001 0.1% 9,168 -1.8% 8,994 0.1% Slovakia 5,887 0.0% 5,730 2.7% 5,697 3.3% Slovenia 2,464 0.0% 2,367 4.1% 2,309 6.7% Spain 268,513 1.9% 260,426 3.1% 254,368 5.6% Sw eden 303,874 2.1% 286,515 6.1% 285,561 6.4% Sw itzerland 537,771 3.8% 533,373 0.8% 501,528 7.2% Turkey 27,267 0.2% 29,540 -7.7% 28,060 -2.8% United Kingdom 1,465,651 10.4% 1,416,335 3.5% 1,484,491 -1.3% All Funds 14,141,514 100.0% 13,777,646 2.6% 13,332,389 6.1% UC ITS 8,658,419 61.2% 8,385,901 3.2% 8,205,868 5.5% A IFs 5,483,096 38.8% 5,391,745 1.7% 5,126,521 7.0% (1) End Q4 2016 co m pared to end Q3 2016 net assets; (2) End Q4 2016 net assets co m pared to end Q4 2015 net assets. End Q4 2016 End Q3 2016 End Q4 2015 Members
  19. 19. EFAMA Quarterly Statistical Release N°68 (Fourth quarter of 2016) 19 Trends in the European Investment Fund Industry Number of Funds by Country of Domiciliation The total number of European investment funds increased 0.2% during Q4 2016 to end the year at 58,462 funds. At the end of the fourth quarter of 2016, UCITS accounted for 30,674 funds or 52.5% of the European investment fund market, while AIF accounted for 27,788 funds, or 47.5% of the market. s Table 13. Number of funds in the European Investment Fund Industry UCITS AIF UCITS AIF UCITS AIF Austria 1,021 1,010 1,035 1,017 1,058 1,018 Belgium 619 595 619 595 585 767 Bulgaria 111 2 113 2 105 1 Croatia 89 29 87 29 85 31 Cyprus 21 148 20 148 21 93 Czech Republic 141 3 143 3 142 2 Denmark 595 354 583 358 571 334 Finland 350 109 348 110 347 110 France 3,164 7,788 3,182 7,793 3,370 7,752 Germany 1,754 4,257 1,730 4,263 1,739 4,192 Greece 158 7 160 6 163 5 Hungary 21 587 17 602 13 576 Ireland 4,051 2,419 3,996 2,347 3,864 2,337 Italy 930 379 898 379 805 367 Liechtenstein 853 499 807 513 752 520 Luxembourg 9,805 4,406 9,830 4,453 9,688 4,420 Malta 91 557 84 551 82 524 Netherlands 105 1,706 105 1,720 95 1,693 Norw ay 720 0 720 0 700 0 Poland 322 575 319 589 300 488 Portugal 127 281 129 283 136 301 Romania 75 24 76 26 74 28 Slovakia 70 17 70 19 67 21 Slovenia 105 0 116 0 112 0 Spain 1,656 747 1,641 746 1,505 787 Sw eden 498 94 477 95 458 102 Sw itzerland 866 166 871 168 871 179 Turkey 396 51 399 51 387 46 United Kingdom 1,960 978 1,939 980 1,962 1,033 Total 30,674 27,788 30,514 27,846 30,057 27,727 Members End Q4 2016 End Q3 2016 End Q4 2015

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